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Dutch Marriages Begun on Valentine’s Day Are More Likely to End In Divorce

A new analysis of more than 1 million marriages has found that couples who marry on Valentine’s Day are more likely to divorce than those who wed on "ordinary" days. Nine years after their wedding dates, 21 percent of Valentine’s Day couples had split up, compared to 16 percent of couples who got married on any random day of the week.
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